The only Seattle hotel located right smack dab in the iconic Pike Place Market, this comfy 76-room inn guarantees access to the market’s bustling atmosphere and delicious food. From fresh seafood selections to being the first in line at the original Starbucks, you really can't beat this one. Bright, elegant Northwest-style rooms afford views of the Seattle waterfront (and the Great Wheel) and the spacious rooftop deck is the perfect place to relax with an evening glass of local wine. The hotel’s varied packages offer a variety of cultural experiences, from brewery tastings and tours to special access to the Chihuly Garden.
From diehard ’90s grunge fans and adventure junkies to foodies and night owls, the Pacific Northwest’s indie darling has something for all its visitors. If you’re not sure where to begin, check out our list of the 20 best things to do in Seattle, dine at one of the city's best restaurants or dance yourself clean in one of many Seattle nightlife hotspots. Whichever you choose, a visit to this attraction-packed city merits at least a few-day stay, so when you’re looking for somewhere to lay your head down on a soft, fluffy pillow, check out our recommendations for the best hotels in the city, from Downtown to Belltown and beyond.